Lamborghini is one of the fastest and most iconic brands on the road today, but what’s the cheapest Lamborghini money can buy?
The cheapest Lamborghini model is the Urus, Lamborghini’s versatile and powerful SUV model. It costs around two-hundred thousand dollars and is closely followed by the Huracan Evo, which starts at two-hundred and sixty thousand dollars. However, the cheaper Lamborghinis will always be the used variants.
Read on to learn more about Lamborghini and its impressive lineup.
Save Money, Retain Style
When it comes to owning a Lamborghini, it’s not often that the buyer is looking to save money on their purchase. After all, if they have the money to outrightly own a Lamborghini, they’re rarely going to haggle over a few thousand dollars.
However, if they are looking to save money and still own a top-of-the-range Lamborghini, they could opt for the Urus. This model is Lamborghini’s second SUV since its inception back in the 1960s, and it’s every bit as powerful and impressive as its hypercar offerings.
In fact, the Urus is the fastest SUV in history, capable of traveling from zero to sixty miles-per-hour in just three seconds. To put that into perspective, a modern-day Range Rover Sport takes almost seven seconds to reach the same speed.
Although, the Urus is of course powered by a state-of-the-art Lamborghini engine, a dizzyingly-powerful 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8. It’s super-powered but has room to transport passengers and cargo in droves.
It’s worth every penny of its two-hundred thousand dollar price tag, even if that does make it much more expensive than its closest competitors.
Next on the value scale is the Lamborghini Huracan Evo. It’s a hypercar that’s every bit as impressive as its predecessors. Although it boasts the smallest price tag out of all the sportier Lamborghinis, it’s still dramatically high-performance.
You can expect to pay around two-hundred and sixty thousand dollars for a stock-standard Huracan. What you’ll get is a luxurious and highly tuned hypercar capable of speeds of up two-hundred miles-per-hour.
The Thrifty Lamborghini
Ultimately, if you want to pick up that Lamborghini brand and style and really keep the purse strings tight, you’ll need to look for a used car.
There was an article posted in supercars.net in 2020 that explored some of the cheapest options for used Lamborghinis on the market. One of the strongest examples on the list was the Lamborghini Gallardo, a supercar offering that stood proudly among Lamborghini’s best for over a decade.
The Gallardo was intensely popular and although it isn’t as stylish or powerful as its modern counterparts, it’s still well worth an investment. Typically, a used Gallardo will run you up a bill of around eighty- to one-hundred and twenty thousand dollars.
However, this article proposes that the cheapest Lamborghini you can buy overall is the Urraco, an almost experimental budget supercar from the seventies. When Lamborghini toyed with the idea of a cheaper run of supercars, it reportedly didn’t go very well.
What they were left with was an under-performing and unattractive run of cars that barely anybody bought. In six years, just eight hundred units were constructed, and they live on today merely as collector’s items.
They’re by no means sought-after, but they are cheap, starting at around fifty thousand dollars for an average example.
Cool Car Competition
The motor vehicle industry is a vibrant, diverse, and highly competitive one. Top manufacturers are always working incessantly to outdo their competition and to build the ultimate car, time after time.
Lamborghini’s competition is considerably stiff, given the type of vehicles it creates. The biggest threats to Lamborghini are Ferrari, Porsche, Maserati, and the more powerful hypercars like Koenigsegg, McLaren, and Bugatti.
However, Ferrari has always been the closest competitor and for decades, the two Italian superpowers have been locked in a vicious rivalry. Although, while Ferrari boasts a more diverse line-up than Lamborghini, its cars do tend to come with a heftier price tag.
For example, the 812 Superfast, one of Ferrari’s ‘entry’ offerings, will cost you around three-hundred thousand dollars. Typically, the only way from there is up – some of their cars can cost as much as double that just to get started.
Affordability isn’t the first thought that enters your mind when you think of Lamborghini, but it is true when looking at the competition. If you can pick up a Lamborghini for less for two-hundred thousand dollars brand new, what’s stopping you?